Jul 082015
 

The Peace Meal Project is a free, fellowship meal for all held every Saturday evening at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Tower Grove. More volunteers are needed for the July 18th meal, which is sponsored by St. Martin’s.  The format will be the same as before with a minimum of seven to nine people needed to work the two shifts:  Shift #1 – 2:00-4:00pm, Prepare meal & clean up.

Shift #2 – 4:00-6:00pm, Serve meal & clean up.

Volunteers are more than welcome to carpool from St. Martin’s.

To sign up, please email Larry Corneliusfood and fellowship or give him a call at 636-458-5723.

 

Jun 252015
 

Eight new corps members have been selected from a field of 33 applicants into the  2015-16 class at Deaconess Anne House. Director Rebecca Ragland said, “This experience taught me how many amazing, insightful and visionary women and men are ready to invest in our community!”

Learn more about Deaconess Anne House and read the impressive biographies of these eight young leaders.

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Jun 032015
 

Come and celebrate the beginning of summer at Episcopal City Mission‘s Summer Celebration the evening of Friday, June 19th, on the grounds of Grace Episcopal Church in Kirkwood. There will be plenty of great food and family-friendly attractions including a petting zoo, balloon artist, and a bounce house. Tickets are $15 per adult, $5 for children ages 5-12 (children under 5 are free), with a $50 family maximum.

Tickets can be purchased from Jeff Klieve (314-705-6644) or by calling ECM at 314-436-3545. Please join in the fun while supporting ECM’s work with youth in detention.

Feb 262015
 

Food Pantry Sunday
(The second Sunday of each month)

Please help our friends and neighbors in need by donating non-perishable food and toiletry items. You can drop the items off at church at any time (in the basket in the coat closet) and we will bless them on the second Sunday of each month.

Our donations go to Circle of Concern’s Food Pantry, where they are distributed throughout the West County community.

Current needs include:  dry dinners, pasta sauce, dry pasta, canned meats, condiments, bar soap, peanut butter, jelly.

Thanks for your generosity!

May 052014
 

St. Martin’s is responsible for one meal each quarter. We need people to prepare, serve and clean-up for each of the dates. (May 10th, July 19th, Oct 4th, and Dec 13th). Currently there is a sign-up sheet in Park Hall for the May 10thdate only. You can sign-up by shift depending on you skill and time available. The meal is served at St. Johns. Carpooling is available. For more detail see Wayne Peters or Dana Griggs.

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May 042014
 

Food Pantry Sunday  Sunday
(the second Sunday of each month)

Please help our friends and neighbors in need by
donating non-perishable food and toiletry items. You can drop the items off at church at any time (in the basket in the coat closet) and we will bless them on the second Sunday of each month.

Our donations go to Circle of Concern’s Food Pantry, where they are distributed throughout the West County community.

Thanks for your generosity!

Learn more about Circle of Concern: www.circleofconcern.org.

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